I have to share, because I think only corgi owners can appreciate this as much as I do.
Mitzie has made herself the lifeguard of the dog park. She doesn't go there to frap, sniff, or make friends. She has a higher calling. Now, when we get there, she climbs on top of a picnic table and polices everyone. If anyone is playing too rough, barking too much, or making a child squeal, she launches off her table and flies over to investigate. If anyone fights, she runs up to them, pops off a warning bark, and bulldozes her way between them to stop the fight. She isn't aggressive, she doesn't have a malicious bone in her body, she's just law enforcement. The warning bark is a simple, "We don't do that here!" Then she returns to her lifeguard tower, like a superhero keeping watch over her fair city.